Apple hit with another iPhone lawsuit; Nokia re-affirms commitment to TD-SCDMA

> Apple is hit with another iPhone 3G lawsuit. Article

> A Korean company called UMID early next year will launch a new mobile device the company calls MID (Mobile Internet Device). The company says MID will support WiMAX, WiBro, HSDPA, WiFi and Bluetooth and it runs on Windows XP, Windows Vista or Linux operating systems. Article

> Kazakhstani operator ARNA is deploying a mobile WiMAX service in 36 major centers throughout the country. Article

> Huawei announced that to date, it has shipped more than 20 million mobile broadband units to 115 countries, while working with more than 230 mobile operators. Release

> Nokia reaffirmed its commitment to China's 3G standard, TD-SCDMA. Article

> ­Airspan Networks announced its WiMAX equipment will form the foundation for a wireless network deployment in Greensburg and Kiowa County, Kan. as part of the area's efforts to rebuild after its near complete destruction from a tornado in May last year. Article

> ­Comarch says it has concluded the last phase of a WiMAX project at Montenegro's Promonte. Article

And Finally... Get your iPhones at Wal-Mart. Article

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